The Unley – Opening Launch

Adelaide Food Central was invited to the opening launch of The Unley. All food and drinks were provided free of charge. In these tough competitive times, businesses have to follow the current trends and do what works in order to be successful. This is no different to The Unley, which for a long time, was…

Cardone’s Seafood & Grill

Cardone’s was awarded the best seafood restaurant in Adelaide last year, and with that in mind, the expectations were certainly high when I paid this place a visit. The menu mainly consists of Italian and seafood dishes, or a combination thereof. Their offerings are divided into pasta and risotto, mains and seafood dishes. While the…

Samurai Teppanyaki

For those that know nothing about Japanese food, teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that utilises a hot iron plate to cook food. “Teppan” literally translated from Japanese means “iron plate”, while “yaki” means “grilled”, “broiled” or “pan fried”. There aren’t too many Japanese restaurants in Adelaide that do Teppanyaki, and the only one…

The Maylands Hotel

The Maylands Hotel is located deep within a side street in a popular outer fringe eastern suburb. I’ve actually eaten here many moons ago, and have fond memories of the experience. The place has undergone renovations since my last visit, and I must say the venue looks modern and elegant. There’s a decent selection of…

Grange Jetty Cafe

Grange Jetty Cafe is located on the corner of Jetty Street and The Esplanade in Grange. Situated right in front of the beach it’s actually not possible to get any closer to the water. With plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, the venue boasts magnificent views of the sea and the evening sunsets are simply…

Sammy’s On The Marina

I must admit I’ve always been reluctant to come to Sammy’s due to the overwhelming number of negative reviews. I came to the restaurant tonight with little expectation but was pleasantly surprised at how good this place was. Sammy’s is set in one of the most ideal locations on the Holdfast Shores marina. Set over…

IKEA

Why do I come to IKEA? For the $1 hot dogs of course! If I’m waiting to pick someone up from the airport, or just on my way to Harbour Town, and I’m feeling really frugal, I’ll pop into IKEA for a couple of hot dogs.. nom nom! For me, IKEA is a place to…